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Philadelphia businesses weigh their options amid pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia businesses weigh their options amid pandemic

"Hundreds of small businesses have been forced to close because of the pandemic. Others are making some tough decisions about how to survive, moving forward. One pivot is to go completely virtual. Charitably Charitably community community affairs affairs reporter reporter Cherry, Cherry, Greg Greg explains explains it. it. Quirke Quirke is is owner owner of of the the Locale Locale and and Jenkintown. Jenkintown. It It was was just just a a tough tough decision decision of of make make work work and and his his team team have have been been working working from from home home says says the pandemic. Shut them down, but the rent for office base was still do. We just decided? Let's get rid of the office until coronaviruses gone. We're moving out of a large office that nobody was going. Kevin Mincey of Minty Fitzpatrick Ross is packing up their 4200 square foot office at 15th at JFK. They're downsizing to, um Much smaller space, saving thousands every mind sense for us to get a smaller thumbprint and leading to be in virtual attea havens of AMA Tulis Treasures on Land Down Avenue will keep her shop but created an online boutique. Just in case If we have to have another shutdown, I'm prepared for Algernon Allen is a longtime Realestate investor and says it's unclear at this point whether closing storefronts will become a trend so uncertain. He believes the longer the pandemic persists, The more entrepreneurs will have to make The decision. Cherry Greg

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Philadelphia businesses weigh their options amid pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia businesses weigh their options amid pandemic

"Hundreds of small businesses have been forced to close because of the pandemic. Others are making some tough decisions about how to survive, moving forward. One pivot is to go completely virtual. Charitably Charitably community community affairs affairs reporter reporter Cherry, Cherry, Greg Greg explains explains it. it. Quirke Quirke is is owner owner of of the the Locale Locale and and Jenkintown. Jenkintown. It It was was just just a a tough tough decision decision of of make make work work and and his his team team have have been been working working from from home home says says the pandemic. Shut them down, but the rent for office base was still do. We just decided? Let's get rid of the office until coronaviruses gone. We're moving out of a large office that nobody was going. Kevin Mincey of Minty Fitzpatrick Ross is packing up their 4200 square foot office at 15th at JFK. They're downsizing to, um Much smaller space, saving thousands every mind sense for us to get a smaller thumbprint and leading to be in virtual attea havens of AMA Tulis Treasures on Land Down Avenue will keep her shop but created an online boutique. Just in case If we have to have another shutdown, I'm prepared for Algernon Allen is a longtime Realestate investor and says it's unclear at this point whether closing storefronts will become a trend so uncertain. He believes the longer the pandemic persists, The more entrepreneurs will have to make The decision. Cherry Greg

Cherry Greg Quirke Quirke Jenkintown Reporter Greg Greg Ama Tulis Treasures Algernon Allen Realestate Minty Fitzpatrick Ross Kevin Mincey JFK
"tuli" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

08:31 min | 9 months ago

"tuli" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

"Hello and welcome back to this episode of the sacred. We import podcast a radically in the abuse of women in Yoga why? Madden's Mottley is back here to talk about her fantastic campaign to meet Yoga's safe place for women with the Yoni shocked he movement. I'M GONNA. Let this one speak for itself. ooh is fantastic. Again is packed with information and all the links we mentioned are in the show notes. If you do want to support this, you do get what a get involved in any way, then you. Can there lots of different ways really fundamentally. This is to make yoga a safe place and to restore as a healing tool. So he goes here is. Mortally welcome back to the PUCK customer. Thank you for inviting me might melanie. Thank you at will honor an oppression to pin here with. So Yoni shock to the movement. Where did it come from Anwar is? This is a great question. Okay, so Yoni Shaquoti literally it means source power, or you could translate it as as count power. It's the power of the life. Force is the name of the I wrote eight years ago and I finished writing at years ago. My intention without book was to liberate the practices of Yoga for women for us to have as freedom practices. You know to to liberate us to support us in our. In our unfolding as within feminine cycles, basically to get a hold of yogurt and. Shake up and let women get access to what we needed. And so that's what I thought would happen when I wrote the book put out, but what's happened is that there were revelations of abuse of women within yoga. Many people are totally unaware of this I. Did know about it when the book was released on Me Admire, editor actually decided I'd written a whole piece and it was censored. We cut it out and it was about some of the beginning revelations of these abuses. Now this was pre me to. It was pre me, too, so that came out, and I wanted to WHO Yoga to change and be wore women friendly woman centric. You know and. It sort of helped, but not enough, and what's happened recently is more and more revelations of come abuses, financial, sexual physical everything you can think of in almost every single yoga school law of Yoga. Yoga training organizations so basically enough is enough Yoni shot team movement. Arose as a way to. Just put a stop to this said that the what we're trying to do is to eradicate yoga. Eradicate Yoga. Sorry, Iraq quite the abuse of women in Yoga, which is an abusive yogurts, well, I think is a it's a freedom tool, so we radical the abuse of women in Yoga, and to reclaim yoga as a tool for. Planetary Healing for justice. I'm for freedom. So, it's a, it's A. It's a co- for Justice in healing. A of women have read. The book stepped up pretty much. Anyone who's ever been a yoga class up. Listen up on entre Israel is raising awareness. Campaign is a movement in the sense that. I'm an educator can really do is is educate so I'm I'm raising propagating a public awareness and there's a crowd funding campaign to raise money. To. Fund public, awareness and education campaign that could run for. For for years. Until everybody knows and will know then then everybody's Saif. I just felt like my daughter isn't going to be safe in those places. Nobody's daughter safe in those places. We all need to know what's going on. And so we can actually reclaim this amazing. Positive Force in the world. From the clutches of the Patriarchy you. Know How it is. That's the plan and when you talk about like the clutches of the Patriarchy I think we all know the obvious sorts of abuse that are out there. Some women are getting raped some being molested abused in different ways, and they said the more obvious ones that women are able to step up to say. Hey, this is happened. It's not a K.. I I need some hail in an. For everyone to band together and support what am interested in talking to you about as well is the subtle ways that the disempowerment of women We moved into practices so that it becomes almost like a grooming process and prep for intrinsic abuse that then unfortunately can, and sometimes does gets passed on from women to other women. Absolutely you have nailed it. I could say that I mean within some organizations as trafficking, Ripe Sexual Assault. It's it's criminal Sex Crimes on. People convicted for them, but what you're describing is what enables abuse to happen how how that happen in a in an organization or a teaching dynamic that supposed to be about liberation. The way it happens is insidious. What can happen is that you have a whole culture? What's it's it's is could by stabbed rhythm. People just stand by a normalized this stuff now. Some people are beneficiaries of this. They benefit from it because they've got proximity to power, so the that procuring the girls for the Gurus on this does happen. They traffic in the mall, everybody Europe and all over the world. So that can happen, so there's that, but this bystander ism is actually the kind of culture that really. Enables this abuse. What happens is even in a situation like when you step into A. A class at run by particular traditional. What have you they line? You'll up like soldiers. You know why Islam Anyway, but they line you all up like sodas and person at the front is telling you what to do. Even if you feel your body, that day is cooling for something different. We've got sense that we go. Go along. You do what you're told. They know best. Is this sense we? Devolve like abdicate our power to the people outside of us because they're the experts, and they know best Annella loin you and correct you. An offer knows alignments and corrections and basic instructions given in this extraordinarily Imbalance kind of way there is no power or Given to the student, none whatsoever you know best, do as you're told. The Guru has the grace to come and correct you. Sometimes, it's very it. Sexual assault happens in clauses. That's what happened in the string of. Over decades I'm people just stood by and let go on, so it was actually normalized a not protest. What that means is that you can be in an environment where really quite abusive things are happening the time the sometimes people are bullied I don't if you've been in Nevada, you know you take the Piss out the I knew all the question. Anybody who says well. This doesn't feel good for me. Because, you're not good enough, or this doesn't feel right to me. Will you don't know any better? Rather than actually giving people power, and saying no listening to your intuitive voice, which is course what we're trying to do? In the the women's empowerment work, you listen to the the the rhythms of your psycho. Listen to how it feels in your body in actually what happens in Yoga is very. Very often the opposite of that, so what you get is a culture where it's perfectly normal for for for a woman, especially a woman Amina because I'm talking about all you know natural rhythmic cycles of our menstruation or of all menopause experiences, and they're kind of overridden. They're all a bit inconvenient in a classroom member. Talking with you about this before you go a pair of Preston and Of Women's buttocks. Just gets in the way so so basically it's kind of inconvenient female, but like it's a privileged for you to learn its practices for Mason that basic idea, which isn't helpful.

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Eradicating Abuse Of Women in Yoga with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli

The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

08:31 min | 9 months ago

Eradicating Abuse Of Women in Yoga with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli

"Hello and welcome back to this episode of the sacred. We import podcast a radically in the abuse of women in Yoga why? Madden's Mottley is back here to talk about her fantastic campaign to meet Yoga's safe place for women with the Yoni shocked he movement. I'M GONNA. Let this one speak for itself. ooh is fantastic. Again is packed with information and all the links we mentioned are in the show notes. If you do want to support this, you do get what a get involved in any way, then you. Can there lots of different ways really fundamentally. This is to make yoga a safe place and to restore as a healing tool. So he goes here is. Mortally welcome back to the PUCK customer. Thank you for inviting me might melanie. Thank you at will honor an oppression to pin here with. So Yoni shock to the movement. Where did it come from Anwar is? This is a great question. Okay, so Yoni Shaquoti literally it means source power, or you could translate it as as count power. It's the power of the life. Force is the name of the I wrote eight years ago and I finished writing at years ago. My intention without book was to liberate the practices of Yoga for women for us to have as freedom practices. You know to to liberate us to support us in our. In our unfolding as within feminine cycles, basically to get a hold of yogurt and. Shake up and let women get access to what we needed. And so that's what I thought would happen when I wrote the book put out, but what's happened is that there were revelations of abuse of women within yoga. Many people are totally unaware of this I. Did know about it when the book was released on Me Admire, editor actually decided I'd written a whole piece and it was censored. We cut it out and it was about some of the beginning revelations of these abuses. Now this was pre me to. It was pre me, too, so that came out, and I wanted to WHO Yoga to change and be wore women friendly woman centric. You know and. It sort of helped, but not enough, and what's happened recently is more and more revelations of come abuses, financial, sexual physical everything you can think of in almost every single yoga school law of Yoga. Yoga training organizations so basically enough is enough Yoni shot team movement. Arose as a way to. Just put a stop to this said that the what we're trying to do is to eradicate yoga. Eradicate Yoga. Sorry, Iraq quite the abuse of women in Yoga, which is an abusive yogurts, well, I think is a it's a freedom tool, so we radical the abuse of women in Yoga, and to reclaim yoga as a tool for. Planetary Healing for justice. I'm for freedom. So, it's a, it's A. It's a co- for Justice in healing. A of women have read. The book stepped up pretty much. Anyone who's ever been a yoga class up. Listen up on entre Israel is raising awareness. Campaign is a movement in the sense that. I'm an educator can really do is is educate so I'm I'm raising propagating a public awareness and there's a crowd funding campaign to raise money. To. Fund public, awareness and education campaign that could run for. For for years. Until everybody knows and will know then then everybody's Saif. I just felt like my daughter isn't going to be safe in those places. Nobody's daughter safe in those places. We all need to know what's going on. And so we can actually reclaim this amazing. Positive Force in the world. From the clutches of the Patriarchy you. Know How it is. That's the plan and when you talk about like the clutches of the Patriarchy I think we all know the obvious sorts of abuse that are out there. Some women are getting raped some being molested abused in different ways, and they said the more obvious ones that women are able to step up to say. Hey, this is happened. It's not a K.. I I need some hail in an. For everyone to band together and support what am interested in talking to you about as well is the subtle ways that the disempowerment of women We moved into practices so that it becomes almost like a grooming process and prep for intrinsic abuse that then unfortunately can, and sometimes does gets passed on from women to other women. Absolutely you have nailed it. I could say that I mean within some organizations as trafficking, Ripe Sexual Assault. It's it's criminal Sex Crimes on. People convicted for them, but what you're describing is what enables abuse to happen how how that happen in a in an organization or a teaching dynamic that supposed to be about liberation. The way it happens is insidious. What can happen is that you have a whole culture? What's it's it's is could by stabbed rhythm. People just stand by a normalized this stuff now. Some people are beneficiaries of this. They benefit from it because they've got proximity to power, so the that procuring the girls for the Gurus on this does happen. They traffic in the mall, everybody Europe and all over the world. So that can happen, so there's that, but this bystander ism is actually the kind of culture that really. Enables this abuse. What happens is even in a situation like when you step into A. A class at run by particular traditional. What have you they line? You'll up like soldiers. You know why Islam Anyway, but they line you all up like sodas and person at the front is telling you what to do. Even if you feel your body, that day is cooling for something different. We've got sense that we go. Go along. You do what you're told. They know best. Is this sense we? Devolve like abdicate our power to the people outside of us because they're the experts, and they know best Annella loin you and correct you. An offer knows alignments and corrections and basic instructions given in this extraordinarily Imbalance kind of way there is no power or Given to the student, none whatsoever you know best, do as you're told. The Guru has the grace to come and correct you. Sometimes, it's very it. Sexual assault happens in clauses. That's what happened in the string of. Over decades I'm people just stood by and let go on, so it was actually normalized a not protest. What that means is that you can be in an environment where really quite abusive things are happening the time the sometimes people are bullied I don't if you've been in Nevada, you know you take the Piss out the I knew all the question. Anybody who says well. This doesn't feel good for me. Because, you're not good enough, or this doesn't feel right to me. Will you don't know any better? Rather than actually giving people power, and saying no listening to your intuitive voice, which is course what we're trying to do? In the the women's empowerment work, you listen to the the the rhythms of your psycho. Listen to how it feels in your body in actually what happens in Yoga is very. Very often the opposite of that, so what you get is a culture where it's perfectly normal for for for a woman, especially a woman Amina because I'm talking about all you know natural rhythmic cycles of our menstruation or of all menopause experiences, and they're kind of overridden. They're all a bit inconvenient in a classroom member. Talking with you about this before you go a pair of Preston and Of Women's buttocks. Just gets in the way so so basically it's kind of inconvenient female, but like it's a privileged for you to learn its practices for Mason that basic idea, which isn't helpful.

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"tuli" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"tuli" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

"Hello and welcome back to this episode of the sacred. We import podcast a radically in the abuse of women in Yoga why? Madden's Mottley is back here to talk about her fantastic campaign to meet Yoga's safe place for women with the Yoni shocked he movement. I'M GONNA. Let this one speak for itself. ooh is fantastic. Again is packed with information and all the links we mentioned are in the show notes. If you do want to support this, you do get what a get involved in any way, then you. Can there lots of different ways really fundamentally. This is to make yoga a safe place and to restore as a healing tool. So he goes here is. Mortally welcome back to the PUCK customer. Thank you for inviting me might melanie. Thank you at will honor an oppression to pin here with. So Yoni shock to the movement. Where did it come from Anwar is? This is a great question. Okay, so Yoni Shaquoti literally it means source power, or you could translate it as as count power. It's the power of the life. Force is the name of the I wrote eight years ago and I finished writing at years ago. My intention without book was to liberate the practices of Yoga for women for us to have as freedom practices. You know to to liberate us to support us in our. In our unfolding as <hes> within feminine cycles, basically to get a hold of yogurt and. Shake up and let women get access to what we needed. And so that's what I thought would happen when I wrote the book put out, but what's happened is that there were revelations of abuse of women within yoga. Many people are totally unaware of this I. Did know about it when the book was released on Me Admire, editor actually decided I'd written a whole piece and it was censored. We cut it out and it was about some of the beginning revelations of these abuses. Now this was pre me to. It was pre me, too, so that came out, and I wanted to WHO Yoga to change and be wore women friendly woman centric. You know and. It sort of helped, but not enough, and what's happened recently is more and more revelations of come abuses, financial, sexual physical everything you can think of in almost every single yoga school law of Yoga. Yoga training organizations so basically enough is enough Yoni shot team movement. Arose as a way to. Just put a stop to this said that the what we're trying to do is to eradicate yoga. Eradicate Yoga. Sorry, Iraq quite the abuse of women in Yoga, which is an abusive yogurts, well, I think is a it's a freedom tool, so we radical the abuse of women in Yoga, and to reclaim yoga as a tool for. Planetary Healing for justice. I'm for freedom. So, it's a, it's A. It's a co- for Justice in healing. A of women have read. The book stepped up pretty much. Anyone who's ever been a yoga class up. Listen up on entre <unk> Israel is raising awareness. Campaign is a movement in the sense that. I'm an educator can really do is is <hes> educate so I'm I'm raising propagating a public awareness and there's a crowd funding campaign to raise money. To. Fund public, awareness and education campaign that could run for. For for years. Until everybody knows and will know then then everybody's Saif. I just felt like my daughter isn't going to be safe in those places. Nobody's daughter safe in those places. We all need to know what's going on. And so we can actually reclaim this amazing. Positive Force in the world. From the clutches of the Patriarchy you. Know How it is. That's the plan

Yoni Shaquoti Melanie Swan PUCK Madden Mottley Anwar editor
Eradicating Abuse Of Women in Yoga with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli

The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

04:12 min | 9 months ago

Eradicating Abuse Of Women in Yoga with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli

"Hello and welcome back to this episode of the sacred. We import podcast a radically in the abuse of women in Yoga why? Madden's Mottley is back here to talk about her fantastic campaign to meet Yoga's safe place for women with the Yoni shocked he movement. I'M GONNA. Let this one speak for itself. ooh is fantastic. Again is packed with information and all the links we mentioned are in the show notes. If you do want to support this, you do get what a get involved in any way, then you. Can there lots of different ways really fundamentally. This is to make yoga a safe place and to restore as a healing tool. So he goes here is. Mortally welcome back to the PUCK customer. Thank you for inviting me might melanie. Thank you at will honor an oppression to pin here with. So Yoni shock to the movement. Where did it come from Anwar is? This is a great question. Okay, so Yoni Shaquoti literally it means source power, or you could translate it as as count power. It's the power of the life. Force is the name of the I wrote eight years ago and I finished writing at years ago. My intention without book was to liberate the practices of Yoga for women for us to have as freedom practices. You know to to liberate us to support us in our. In our unfolding as within feminine cycles, basically to get a hold of yogurt and. Shake up and let women get access to what we needed. And so that's what I thought would happen when I wrote the book put out, but what's happened is that there were revelations of abuse of women within yoga. Many people are totally unaware of this I. Did know about it when the book was released on Me Admire, editor actually decided I'd written a whole piece and it was censored. We cut it out and it was about some of the beginning revelations of these abuses. Now this was pre me to. It was pre me, too, so that came out, and I wanted to WHO Yoga to change and be wore women friendly woman centric. You know and. It sort of helped, but not enough, and what's happened recently is more and more revelations of come abuses, financial, sexual physical everything you can think of in almost every single yoga school law of Yoga. Yoga training organizations so basically enough is enough Yoni shot team movement. Arose as a way to. Just put a stop to this said that the what we're trying to do is to eradicate yoga. Eradicate Yoga. Sorry, Iraq quite the abuse of women in Yoga, which is an abusive yogurts, well, I think is a it's a freedom tool, so we radical the abuse of women in Yoga, and to reclaim yoga as a tool for. Planetary Healing for justice. I'm for freedom. So, it's a, it's A. It's a co- for Justice in healing. A of women have read. The book stepped up pretty much. Anyone who's ever been a yoga class up. Listen up on entre Israel is raising awareness. Campaign is a movement in the sense that. I'm an educator can really do is is educate so I'm I'm raising propagating a public awareness and there's a crowd funding campaign to raise money. To. Fund public, awareness and education campaign that could run for. For for years. Until everybody knows and will know then then everybody's Saif. I just felt like my daughter isn't going to be safe in those places. Nobody's daughter safe in those places. We all need to know what's going on. And so we can actually reclaim this amazing. Positive Force in the world. From the clutches of the Patriarchy you. Know How it is. That's the plan

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NY joins California in suing Juul over teen vaping

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

NY joins California in suing Juul over teen vaping

"Michael California sued yesterday now the state of New York is suing jewel labs New York Attorney General to see James accuses the vaping company of targeting teens in marketing in violation of state law James says a statement that by glamorizing vaping while at the same time downplaying the nicotine found in vaping products tulis putting countless new Yorkers

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"Suicide by text" case: Student charged with urging boyfriend to kill himself

WBZ Morning News

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

"Suicide by text" case: Student charged with urging boyfriend to kill himself

"Oh five a horrifying case on Chestnut Hill is unfolding where prosecutors say a former Boston College student hounded her boyfriend with several thousand text messages in a torrent of unrelenting abuse that ended with Alexander or tulis suicide Suffolk County district attorney Rachel Rolland says the twenty two year old jumped from the top of a garage on graduation day this may she was aware of his spiraling depression and suicidal thoughts brought on by her abuse yet she persisted continuing to encourage him to take his own life the twenty two year older Tula jumped to his death from a rocks Marie parking garage and investigators say his girlfriend in young you was right there the Suffolk County district attorney is now charging the South Korea woman with the involuntary manslaughter prosecutors say in the months prior use it more than forty seven thousand tax repeatedly telling her boyfriend

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Woman charged with urging boyfriend's suicide via text

WBZ Morning News

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Woman charged with urging boyfriend's suicide via text

"Say a former Boston College student hounded her boyfriend with text messages continuously ending with Alexander tulis suicide Suffolk County district attorney Rachel Rolland says the twenty two year old jumped from the top of a garage on graduation day this past may she was aware of his spiraling depression and suicidal thoughts brought on by her abuse yet she persisted continuing to encourage him to take his own life the twenty two year older Tula jumped to his death from a rocks Marie parking garage and investigate say his girlfriend in young you was right there the Suffolk County district attorney is now charging the South Korea woman with the involuntary manslaughter prosecutors say in the months prior use it more than forty seven thousand tax repeatedly telling her boyfriend to go kill himself go die and that the world would be better off without him WBZ TV easterly McDonald with that story you is currently in South Korea Rolland

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First results from New Horizons' time in the Kuiper Belt

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:31 min | 1 year ago

First results from New Horizons' time in the Kuiper Belt

"What is the Kuyper belt, Koiper belt is the largest zone in our planetary system? And it wasn't even known until the ninety s when planetary strana mors started to discover other objects orbiting outwear. Pluto, is mostly little things, the size of counties or New England states Pluto, for comparison is like the size of the United States. But also, we started to discover other small planets in the Kuiper belt Pluto's cohort if you will. This is the third zone of our solar system. You know, the innermost zone is the rocky planets earth Mars, Venus and mercury beyond that the giant planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus Neptune. And then there's the Kuiper belt the begins just beyond snip tunes orbit. And so actually, by the time, we reach Pluto in the summer of two thousand fifteen we're already at the inner fringes of the Kuiper belt, we will be in it even traveling at this enormous speed that takes us three. Hundred million miles, plus every year with still being a for another ten years from now we're about halfway through it in, in your book, tasting new horizons inside the epic. First mission to Pluto you talk in length about the quite rebuilt. You talk about this twenty mile by ten mile wide rock that is of such interest. It's like two spheres connected. Did you actually know it existed in? Was that actually on your itinerary? When new horizon, left, Florida, we, we did not know that ultimate to leave the name of the nickname of this clipper both object exists that we did know the corpora belt, existent right new. We knew how many objects are out there. It's a little bit analogous to if you know in two thousand six somebody said, I'm taking a trip to Paris, and in nineteen what restaurants should we, you know, wait a while back later Oeser there. Lots of restaurants. And so we actually found our particular fly by target using the Hubble space telescope in twenty. Fourteen and then burn the engines after Pluto, to range erect to go there in the fall of twenty fifteen and then traveled three plus years, another billion miles to make that fly by which occurred on New Year's Eve and New Year's day starting this year, you can actually steer this spaceship. I can't imagine what north south east and west is up there. And there's no longitude latitude. How do you navigate? How, how do you know where the heck you want to go, and where you are going? It takes real expertise. And we have some of the world's best space navigators on the new horizons team, a big team at a company called kinetics based in California. And we have a another team at the Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory the way that we do this is essentially, twofold, we track the position of whatever we're going to fly by next either Pluto, or ultimate Tuli using telescopes on the earth and the Hubble space telescope to plot. Its course. And then by Ray. Radio. We track our spacecraft. So we know its course and then the job of the navigators is to make those two things intersect on a given day when the fly by takes place. And they can do it very precisely. I can tell you volleying from Pluto, to ultimate too late, which took three and a half years at thirty two thousand miles an hour about a million miles, almost every day. We ended up arriving at ultimate Tuli only twenty three seconds all did time. Well I mean I I take airliner flights there. Never would.

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"tuli" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Good Billy idol thinking. White wedding. Cold. Up in public. On the show even walk anymore. He's in great shape. He looks. He looks really good. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And there's no classic hits Billy idol. I think a lot of people don't realize how good is music was look at you. Imagine you with your little little outfit on. With ever at seven o'clock in the turning the tunnel would have been on when Billy Billy idol was head club. The tunnel is over. Actually, a lot homeboys you'll pull out there Tuli said times and start shooting. What's a tool gun? Yes. Truly. Yeah. It's a place you wouldn't ever be seen now. Juliet. But I know for you you of always dreamed of that white wet dreams, I've I've had it of come true. My love I know that. But I'm sure that you will give many an opportunity to elope and decided no not gonna do that. Because I want the whole nine yards. I want everything that goes with it. I want to boost the bag. I want the endless party that goes into the wee hours. That's kind of what ultimately ended up distracting me from my previous weddings, not the last one which I was very excited for but prior to that you my first wedding was basically, my parents inviting all of their friends. I mean, I literally had bridesmaids his groomsmen was more. No frills, no fruit production. I mean, it was like it was like father of the bride. Know, I in I just graduated from college. You know, the the white lights. My parents.

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"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"If I was thinking about this in nineteen eighty seven, and I I wasn't an fact I I didn't think the Trump was going to be elected during the campaign. I was stunned that he was even nominated. I had a nagging worry that it'd be elected. But I didn't think he was going to be elected. And then when he was elected as I say in the book, I was afraid that he was going to continue acting as he did in the first three months that I described there, which is basically the same way as yet now. But I had this also lingering hope that maybe like other presidents in the twentieth century. He would be sort of educated by the office or by other institute, competent, competing institutions or. Something and he hasn't been and. I can't say I'm not surprised at that. That last point. But I was surprised that the polity put that man in office. I I really was. All right. I want I want to raise one more question. And then I'm gonna let you go. This is a question of whether we're all not giving Trump enough credit and that like Woodrow Wilson, he has actually in his own crude way theorized different vision of the presidency, and that it's it's all quite deliberate. And you know, he didn't write it in a in a book the way Woodrow Wilson did as a young man. But then again, he's not a political scientist. He's a showman and a clever sort of cunning operator. And there is this rally in Pennsylvania, where he is responding to suggestions that he isn't. Behaving in a fashion. That's presidential. And I don't have a transcript of in front of me. But he basically says, hey, I I know how to behave presidential. I know how to do that. And here's what I would do if I were behaving presidentially, I would come out here. And then he assumes the affect of somebody who's behaving presidentially, and he thanks the crowd. And he thanks, you know, and then he sort of stumbled he does this. It's an extended riff, and then he stumbles away and then comes back to the microphone in his own voice. And said now if I behave that if I came out here like a stiff you'd all be bored. You're here because I don't do that. And so my disruptive hypothesis is just as Woodrow Wilson was saying the presidency needs new tools in order to get things done. So let's kind of create a rhetorical device to. Or set of behaviors that do that Trump is basically saying the presidency is a form of of entertainment, and it has to entertain the public to keep the public engaged in riled up. And that that is not an unfair is d- proposition on his part. It's actually quite reasonably well thought through and it's either right or it's wrong. And if it's right it will actually catch on that a certain showmanship and being able to make people wanna come out and see the president because he's really entertaining becomes a bit more of an organic feature of the office than it has been up until now. And so here's my last question. Are we all selling Trump short and the extreme rhetorical presidency or the reality show presidency, or whatever you wanna call? It is actually a developed idea. That he is advancing and just as Wilson was urging on us intellectually. And then by force, of example, the rhetorical presidency. Trump is advancing vision here of an entertainment presidency that either will be affective or it will not and it will catch on to the extent that it is. Why certainly think that you're right that he may have advanced something that would catch on. I don't agree though, that it's a fear is view. I mean, the differences that arise view is an attempt to actually think through the whole politics and what's needed. And what's not, and what is problems are and how to fix it. And Trump is you know is about himself. Now, you might say that on his behalf you might say for his perspective while he's making an argument that presidents haven't needs to even more power. Hour and he's going to show how to provide that. So the president's can get even more done will. I don't know that he does illustrate that. He hasn't gotten as much done as one would expect nor does he have a picture of as I say the Wilson picture of of apology more generally that is somehow resistant to presidential leadership that he can fix personally, I find you found my book to be helpful for me understanding Trump..

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"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"We'll be that assuming he wasn't impeached, and he was just soundly defeated for the next election or he was impeached. And and we somehow say we don't wanna do that. Again. It's possible that we would get the kind. Rhetorical president that you wondered whether we could have which is somebody who doesn't have his content, but is regularly going to the people all the time. And that could be a kind of insidious problem because it wouldn't stand out to us as much of a problem as it does with Trump because he seems to be in a way almost a caricature of the rhetorical presidency to go back to my first version of your question, which is could there be a rhetorical presidency different than the bully pulpit? I was trying in the afterward to imagine what Obama might have done if he had actually he arrived the post-partisan presidency that he had promised. But never did. And couldn't do because of the way that the Republicans had responded to his ascension to office, and one possibility would have been that he would have sort of diagnosed the problems of the political order but had. It made part of the response to that kind of third presidency beyond the Wilson and one that was some sort of self conscious comp- combination of the nineteenth century and twentieth century presidency because because Obama had this characteristic of dignity had various features of his being and his manner and his conduct in office that really did remind of George Washington in some ways at the same time that he was a modern sort of leader rhetorical president. And if he'd actually tried to think through how to justify that describe it and then live up to that new description. He might have you might have one might say reinvented rhetorical presidency to be something appropriate for modern circumstances. But different than certainly different than Trump also different than a more conventional version of Trump that we might get. So you don't think that? The extreme rhetorical presidency or this. Let's call it. The pervasively rhetorical presidency is inherently undignified, right? I don't well. Let me I don't think it's inherently undefined meaning that it would have to be on dignified. I mean, I think that for one thing there's no going back. So the only possibility is to dignified not only is there. No going back. It would be if you could go back. It would probably not be good in the sense that the presidency didn't have enough power to accomplish some of the purposes that we ascribe to executive power and the second interesting irony is if even if you wanted to go back, whatever that means, you would need these modern techniques to persuade the policy to do it. So for all those reasons there's no going back. But that doesn't mean that there might not be going forward in a manner that you might. Say learns from the nineteenth century and invent something new and more dignified than the rhetorical presidency. That is just assumed but not discussed and not made part of you know, a conscious of education when you read in light of Trump, the first half of of your book the trajectory of which is the the theorizing of the Priore presidency. The operation of the nineteenth century pre rhetorical presidency and an exploration of the deviances from it, particularly Johnson. You do it does read as I said at the beginning. Like, you're imagining Trump and trying to describe how far he is from the from the expectations that we traditionally had of the presidency. I'm. Just interested were you as prized by anybody at the advent of a rhetorical presidency. As extreme as this one. I was I was totally stunned by it a friend of mine Rushmere head wrote a forward to the new edition and says something a little bit. Like what you say about how it says..

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"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"I said they did or noticed they did in the most important of those with the idea of a presidential mandate directly from the people that the election providing a mandate for a policy program. And so there's been a whole lot of political scientists who. A few political scientists about while whole lot of been oppressed by have shown that there. There was earlier than Wilson this development of notion of a mandate. And so I think that's probably right. And so I would say now that what Wilson did was not invent every element of his theory for the first time, but he brought all these elements together as a fury for the first time. So that the mandate was connected to a new understanding of it of independence of the executive of representation of separation of powers of the whole constitutional order. He was the first one to put that all together and to make it as a as a as a whole account of how American politics work didn't work should work in order to be its best bestself and all that. And that that just as you say he persuaded people that this really is the way the president's ought to behave and it resonated with. With people because we are basically a democracy. And that's why it goes back to your earlier question of was this inevitable, maybe but not because of technology, but because of our commitment to being democracy. All right. So let's now skip the twentieth century the post Wilson twentieth century 'cause I think it'd be interesting whether you agree with me about this. But basically the whole twentieth century is variations on the Wilson. Ian theme is that fair. Yes, that's fair. And so let's just skip. It all like we've got Wilson. And then we've got Trump. You know? And so now, we're we're in this generally exceleron eating rhetorical will will Sonian rhetorical ISM for a hundred years. And then all of a sudden Donald Trump lands on our doorstep to what extent do you see him as something different from the rhetorical presidency? And to what extent is he just the rhetorical presidency with the amps turned all the way up. Right. So the the rhetorical presidency goes over the heads of the people by talking to the talk giving speeches goes over the heads of congress by talking to the press right giving speeches Trump goes over the heads of everybody by tweeting constantly right by doing rallies by it's it's basically one giant fireside chat that never ends at a. Very loud level. Right. And so to what extent do you see it as the logical extension of the rhetorical presidency? And to what extent is it something wholly different? Well, I do think it's something of the logical extension. But I don't I I wanna just pause on the skipping over the twentieth century. For one reason really the central thesis of my book revolves around the idea that because Wilson reinterpreted the constitution and didn't formally amended the twentieth century can actually be characterized as a kind of conjunction of the unnoticed, but persistent old constitution and the conscious will Sonian one. So what I do in in part of the book is actually show. How many of the dilemmas that presidents face before Trump like crises of confidence and credibility gaps and other things that people used to worry about with respect to the presidency could be traced to this sort of layered constitutional order in which the old ones. Still is there and presidents are sometimes pulled in hall. Between that old constitutional order and their self understanding born of Wilson that they should be out there campaigning and describe instances with each of these presidents where they sort of find it in their own interests to be like, the traditional presidents, for example, when after Clinton was impeached. He stop speaking so much and it helped him or Jimmy Carter had this famous so called rose garden strategy, which was not speaking which helped him I say all this because what's so striking about Trump is he's the first president who is not pulled and hall between the two constitutional dispensations. He's only the moderate oracle version. That's not true of George Bush junior or or on bomber or George Bush senior or Clinton they all had aspects of both kinds of presidents in in their administrations. So he's the he's the first you might say..

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"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"He also took a tour around the country into the series of rallies, which he called the swing around the circle in which he would basically blast his opponents in very much the way that that Trump calls his opponents names and so forth. So he also I think shared with Trump the notion that somehow. Presidential power should be used negatively sort of against the governing apparatus rather rather than to support it or to, you know, execute the law in a kind of more clerk like way where you're carrying out the will of another. He had the view that Trump like view that it was his it was his will it should be leading or dominant. So how did the political system respond? I mean alternately about quilting. Different. But right, and what was different then than now is that his own party found this unacceptable. You know, in the end there was some question about whether he should be thrown out of office for the particular charges that were melted during the impeachment trial, although he came very close to conviction. But there was just almost I mean, overwhelming majority view that that he that the way he behaved was inappropriate and off to be opposed including large numbers of the members of his own party. And what that party was a little confusing because he was a democrat who joined the ticket Lincoln join Lincoln's Republican ticket. And so he was partly you might say a Republican, and they came to hate him. But he was he remained a southern democrat. And most southern Democrats also didn't like them, not all but most. Even though he saw it as mission to actually revive the fortunes of the southern democratic vision in the south stripped of just slavery, but still committed to white supremacists. So you have this very strong norm throughout the nineteenth century. It has one deviation significant deviation to which the political system responds and enforces the norm. Can I just add a little footnote there that is the one significant Asian, but there were one or two less significant, but still interesting ones in the one that most interested me was Martin van Buren gave a speech in which he just barely in New York state in which he just made some reference to his political party. And it was it was it became a scandal that he has president connected himself to. Artisan perspective. And that struck me also, as, you know, noteworthy in this sort of in this sort of exception that proves the rule way different from the contemporary where presidential partisanship is pretty normal. Yeah. The the the notion that you would every day get up and just blame the other party or criticized Democrats were claim that what it means to speak for the people is to speak for your party is is something that just doesn't resonate in nineteenth century in the role of president. Although I mean, certainly if you go back to the seventeen nineties when Jefferson becomes president in eighteen oh one he does not stop being a fierce partisan. Right. He just understands that it is completely unacceptable to sound like one, right? Not only that he. Says we're all federal rural Republicans were all he makes I have the forgotten the exact phrase uses, but he he wins a partisan fight. But he defines the victory is one for everybody and not victory of his own party over the other one. So by the time Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt is president. We have still people living who have a memory of Andrew Johnson. There are still civil war veterans who are alive in the Roosevelt during the Roosevelt administration. And yet the president is giving fireside chats, you know, rate radio addresses that are aimed at the people at large at on a regular basis. And when you think of the rhetoric of the Roosevelt administration fireside chat was the kind of version of the. The Oval Office address that I mean, it was pretty normal..

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"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"So the thought was that this would actually elevate an instruct public opinion as well as provide the grounds to be accountable in the end to public opinion. But it wouldn't cater to it. You might say. So the fact that it was public visible meant to be heard meant to be a right should say red meant to be talked about all that is actually very very important. So the notion isn't just that you're just talking to congress and not the people you're talking if you're talking to the people you're talking to people through congress rather than as today talking to the congress through the people. Your account of the nineteenth century contains one glaring exception. Which is in some ways, an exception that proves the rule, and that is Andrew Johnson who I had not known this until I you know, fashioned myself as somewhat expert in the history of presidential scandals and accountability for them. And I thought I knew about the Andrew Johnson impeachment on I did not know that the tenth article of impeachment against Andrew Johnson was basically for sounding like Donald Trump. And so talk about Andrew Johnson and his deviation from the nineteenth century norms at an how that was received by the political system that he was a part of. One of the reasons that that I think of it, as an exception that proves the rule is that it did violate all these norms and very agreed just way. But people didn't put up with it. And he was actually sort of driven from office though, he was not convicted of impeachment. He he escaped conviction as you know, by the barest margin. But he wasn't peach d-, though, that article that tenth article was dropped when the case move to the Senate when I find interesting is first of all the articles on which he was actually tried in. My view are less solid than the tenth Auricle was actually tried for of violating the tenure of office act, which attempted to alter the long understanding of the president's removal power. And he had good constitutional arguments against the thing that they were trying to impeach him for there were plenty of things. Other than rhetoric that they could and in my view should have impeached him for having to do with other Trump like behaviors he actually is a good example of somebody who in his own way closed down the government over reconstruction. So that the congress passed all sorts of policies to further the reconstruction agenda, he eat owed them they pass them over his vetoes. And then he worked system to not implement them or to subvert them. And that's what actually motivated the whole impeachment process entirely, but they didn't actually fashion the charges against him to match the actual motivations. They had because Johnson successfully convinced them and the policy more generally that you could only impeach the president for something that was akin to violating the criminal code, or at least an ex- explicit legal stricture. That is a legacy that is powerful today too. So that everybody sitting around waiting to find out what Muller's going to say rather than for example, acting on what is already in the public record, by the way, just as a footnote, I and co-authored Nicole mellow talk about this part, which isn't up the rhetoric court in a book that just came out called legacies of losing in American politics. So entry Johnson really was Trump in the nineteenth century. What's striking is that the the policy was so different than it is now just spell that out of like, what was Trump like about him in rhetorical terms? Well in rhetorical terms. He had absolutely. He was always attacking his critics in the kind of I two of way that Trump does and mocking way and in some ways, even more agreed Asli. I mean, he used all sorts of biblical metaphors. Compared himself to Christ and his his his opponents to Judas, and he would also do this in a Trump like way, very interact demagogues, what's striking about real demagogues of this sort is that is that they are really good at interacting with their audiences live audiences. So just as Trump loves these rallies. I mean, he wants to get out of the White House anytime he can to go to rallies Johnson would actually speak, for example, from the balcony of the White House, and you could gather around there, and and he would whip up crowds..

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"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Many of the dilemmas that presidents face before Trump like crises of confidence and credibility gaps and other things that people used to worry about with respect to the presidency could be traced to this sort of layer constitutional order in which the old ones. Still is there and presidents are sometimes pulled in hall between that old constitutional order and their self understanding born of Wilson that they should be out there campaigning Benjamin witness, and this is the law fair podcast, January twenty sixth two thousand nineteen on a flight to Israel recently. I sat down with a book that knocked my socks off the book was entitled the rhetorical presidency. It was by a political scientist named Jeffrey to list and while written in nineteen eighty seven. It taught me more about the developments that led to the Trump presidency than anything. I had read in a very long time. The book is an account of how the speaking style of presidents changed from the founding era through the nineteenth century and into the twentieth century, basically, everything we thought we knew about why presidents talk the way they do is wrong. And the book taught me that the hyper rhetorical style of Donald Trump where he's talking all the time is really an extension of developments that had been going on all through the twentieth century. I did what any red blooded American would do. I wrote Jeffrey tulips in Email, and I asked him to come on the law, fair podcast and talk about this extraordinary book, which seems to end -ticipant our current president to my surprise, he agreed to do it. And so we sat down, and we talked about it all it's the law. Fair podcast episode three hundred eighty six Jeffrey tulips on the rhetorical presence. On steroids. I wanna start with a little bit of flattery, which is I read your book on an airplane, and it was written in nineteen eighty seven and does not mention the name Donald Trump. And I felt like I learned more about Donald Trump from the rhetorical presidency than from any other single book. I've read on any subject including about him. So I wanna start by just asking you. How did you come to write a book about the Trump presidency back when nobody thought of Donald Trump as anything other than a New York real estate figure will I wasn't obviously thinking about Trump, but I was in graduate school. The book grew out of my dissertation wasn't published and perfected till about ten years after I graduated university of Chicago. But I was at university of Chicago where I was studying Herbst. Soaring, and I decided to do something about the presidency. And at the time, it seemed that the most interesting fact about the presidency was this practice of recent presidents of going to the public regularly and also thinking of their role increasingly as that being it's essential feature. And so I started thinking about that and reading the whole sort of history of the president's in realizing that that was actually something of a change. I might say by the way that that I- republish that the book was republished last year..

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"tuli" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS and now checking the weather forecast this afternoon, a good deal of sunshine, along with a cold and gusty breeze. The high bumped up a little bit to thirty five, but it'll feel like it's in the teens then tonight clear to partly cloudy. Very cold low twenty in midtown but probably dipping into the teens the low teens and some of the outlying areas tomorrow cold again with morning sun giving way to clouds the high tomorrow thirty two and then a period of snow or flurries. This is Saturday night some areas close to the city could see a coding. Maybe inch areas to the north of city of the city may see nothing at all. Maybe some light snow dusting the low tomorrow night twenty twenty five and then Sunday, brisk and called clouds breaking for some sunshine, the high Sunday thirty two, but it will feel like it's in the twenties. Monday, sunny and cold high thirty four and Tuesday, sunny, not as cold the high near forty it's twenty four now and fair in central park at twelve ten a Manhattan woman who left her personal subway with ten thousand dollars inside back on December twentieth. Got the money back. Thanks to a good Samaritan who founded richer to Verna found the purse and the money and says it was never any question about turning it in he went to police, and they tracked down the woman Tuli Megan but Tova who met Verna and thanked him yesterday. This comment is through a translator. She didn't think she would ever.

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Nasa releases first clear images of snowman-like Ultima Thule

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Nasa releases first clear images of snowman-like Ultima Thule

"The high resolution pictures of ultimate Tuli show it resembles the shape of a snowman the two pieces are believed to be held together by gravity new horizons geology team leader Jeff Morris says it's a remnant from the earliest days of our solar system. These are what's the only remaining basic, building blocks. And if backyard the solar system, we can see the everything else that we live on C through telescopes or visit the spacecraft were formed from mission managers say it will revolutionize the knowledge base for planetary science

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Nasa releases first clear images of snowman-like Ultima Thule

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Nasa releases first clear images of snowman-like Ultima Thule

"The high resolution pictures of ultimate Tuli show it resembles the shape of a snowman the two pieces are believed to be held together by gravity new horizons geology team leader Jeff Morris says it's a remnant from the earliest days of our solar system. These are what's the only remaining basic, building blocks. And if backyard the solar system, we can see the everything else that we live on C through telescopes or visit the spacecraft were formed from mission managers say it will revolutionize the knowledge base for planetary science

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NASA spacecraft survives historic trip to world 4 billion miles away

"From earth has sent back its first close up pictures of the most distant celestial object ever explored. And it looks like a reddish snowman ultimate Tuli as the small next been dumped as an elongated Ponti about twenty miles long consisting of two fused together. Spheres, NASA's new horizons spacecraft that sent back pictures of Pluto three and a half years ago swept past the ancient mysterious object early on New Year's day. I'm Lisa

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Trump invites congressional leaders to White House

"Successful apply by of an icy space rock in the outer solar system. Daniel Potter of member station. K Q E D reports a new horizon spacecraft is now set to send back photos and data that scientists say could help explain how the planets I formed the probe is more than four billion miles from earth. And it took six hours for its first transmission to arrive after the fly by we have a healthy spacecraft. We've just -ccomplish the most distant fly by missions operations manager. Alex Bowman spoke just after the team checked the probe systems. The target nicknamed. Ultimate Tuli is some twenty miles long and likely made of gases that upset frozen for billions of years to help us understand the origins of our solar system. It will take more than a year for the full results of the fly by the trickle back to earth. But scientists expect to unveil initial findings this week for NPR news and Dino Potter December is being recorded a seeing the sharpest decline in US consumer confidence in several years. That's according to the latest survey from the Conference Board which nonetheless reported that consumers are ending twenty eighteen on a strong note as NPR's Lena Seljuk reports worldwide jitters about a potential economic slowdown appear to have reached American consumers the Conference Board's measure of confidence among US households declined in December. This was the second month that the benchmark fell since the consumer confidence index peaked in October the survey found Americans less optimistic about the short term future of the job market and business conditions. The seems to reflect worries about stock market turbulence week housing data and President Trump's trade policies that said historically speaking. Consumer confidence remains quite strong, and the Conference Board is projecting that the economy will continue expanding in the short-term Alina you and NPR news. And this is NPR news. The feet see museum in Florence. Italy. Says Germany has the moral duty to return a painting stolen by Nazi troops in World War, Two NPR, Sylvia. Pohjola reports a canvas painted by the eighteenth, century Dutch master Johan, van Haisam is worth millions of dollars UPC director, iky Schmidt himself, a German said Berlin's refusal is preventing the wounds inflicted by the horrors of Nazism from healing. The painting the vase of flowers had been on display Florence since eighteen twenty four after it was bought by Grand Duke Leopold in one thousand forty three. It was seized by Nazi troops and brought to Germany it resurfaced in nineteen Ninety-one following German reunification, Germany claims they cannot intervene because of the statute of limitations on crimes committed more than thirty years ago. Schmidt has hung a black and white photo of the painting and the PT palace. With the words stolen, prominently, displayed in Italian English at Djerba. So people Jolie NPR news, Rome. There was one winning ticket sold for the New Year's day mega millions lottery drawing. The lottery says on its website that the loan ticket that matches all six numbers was sold in New York. The Tuesday night jackpot was worth an estimated four hundred twenty five million dollars, the eighth largest in the game's history the cash option totals more than two hundred fifty four million dollars. Mega million says, it's the second time. The game jackpot has been one on New Year's day stock markets in Asia dragging on the first day of trading of the new year the markets in the region down after economic data showed manufacturing activity in China. Slowed in December, this is NPR. Support for NPR comes from the Cy SIMS foundation since one thousand nine hundred eighty five supporting advances in science education and the arts toward a better more just society. More information is available at site. Sims foundation dot org and the listeners of K Q E D overnight clear. Chilly conditions to continue lows as low as the mid thirties up to the low forty s for the bay area. And we expect sunny skies again on Wednesday and little change in temperatures compared with today is expected in the mid fifties. Sacramento overnight, clear lows of thirty to thirty five Wednesday patchy frost possible in the morning, sunny skies through the day with highs around fifty three here is the one eight program with Joshua Johnson. kqeDorg public radio.

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"tuli" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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04:30 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"More on ultimate Tuli after this news. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm doin' psycho. Tell police are treating a New Year's Eve stabbing at a train station in Manchester England as a terror attack as NPR's Frank Langfitt reports three people were injured, including a police officer just before nine pm a man stabbed a couple in Victoria, train station in Manchester producer with the BBC who is the station at the time of the knifeman shouted Allah during the attack British transport police tackled the assailant one officer was stabbed in the shoulder. He's recovering at home. The couple are still being treated for serious injuries in the hospital police publicly identified the attacker who remains in custody. The rail station is next to the Manchester arena, which is the site of the two thousand seventeen tear bombing after Arianna Guerande concert, which left twenty two dead and more than eight hundred injured. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London. Russian security services say they detained a former US marine in Moscow. On Friday on espionage charges. The man has been identified as Paul Whalen and report suggests that he was working in global security for a company based in Michigan today, a man claiming to be the brother of and has come forward to defend him as NPR's Lucian Kim reports a man with Twitter handle David p Whalen says his brother Paul is the US national who Russian authorities claim was engaged in spying activity. In a statement on Twitter, David Whalen, says he lost contact with his brother, a retired marine who was attending a wedding in Moscow when he was detained wheel and said he found out about the arrest via media reports. And that his brother's innocence is undoubted the arrest coincides with US did with the US detention of Maria, boots, a Russian gun rights activists who admitted she spied for the Kremlin Wall Street is closed today. Markets will reopen tomorrow. You're listening to NPR news from Culver City, California. The US and Israel have formerly quit UNESCO. The United Nations cultural organisation, citing anti Israel bias NPR's. Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem, the US and Israel announced they were leaving UNESCO in late twenty seventeen. They're exit now goes into effect. The US helped found UNESCO after World War Two to protect historical sites and promote educational programs. Israel was a member for nearly seventy years. But Israel says UNESCO has recently downplayed the Jewish connection to historical sites in the holy land and labeled them Palestinian heritage, the US already cut off funding to UNESCO in twenty eleven for accepting Palestine as a member and the US still owes UNESCO. More than half a billion dollars in unpaid dues. Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem, nearly thirty six hours after a ten story building collapsed in the Russian city of Magnitogorsk a baby boy was found alive. Suffering from hypothermia a head injury and fractures emergency responders manage to fly. The baby believed to be about eleven months old to Moscow for treatment. At least nine people have been killed in this accident suspected to be a gas explosion and thirty two people are still missing subzero. Temperatures and heavy debris have made it difficult for emergency responders hoping to find survivors. I'm doin' cycle. Tell NPR news Culver City, California. You're listening to all things considered here on ninety point three. K as you. We are online all the time. It K easy, you dot org. And if you're checking out your mobile device, check us out twenty four hours a day seven days a week on the KABC you community calendar. If you've got something to say to the city of Santa Cruz. Now's your chance with a new city of Santa Cruz community. Request for service porthole use it to report traffic concerns neighborhood problem, sewer, spills and other city issues. Details are on the K easy, you community calendar and you'll find that at key easy. You dot org where you can post your own event workshop or other community activity. Thanks to our sponsor, the sunset center in Carmel coming up on all things considered. A decades old firearms forensics tool is being put into the hands of local police departments some defense attorneys, call the science flaw that story coming..

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"tuli" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Used it in will vote on a Bill to end the shutdown without approving money for President Trump's border wall. A spokesman for Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are not going to send something to the president that he won't sign and the president isn't too impressed with the Democrats plan. He says there Bill gives everything away but gives nothing to border security. Greg Clugston, Washington. Police in the English city of Manchester are questioning a man arrested in the New Year's Eve stabbing of three people at a train station and treating it as a terrorist attack, Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham from what I do know eight has all the hallmarks that appears to be on isolated incident. While I would stress that people do need to remain vigilant. Police have detained the suspect who's been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. But not yet provided a motive for the stabbings a witness said the suspect shouted Islamic slogans during the frenzied attack NASA's new horizons spacecraft has survived. The most distant exploration of another world a tiny icy object for billion miles away that looks to be shaped like a peanut or a bowling pin lead. Scientist Allan stern described the images of ultimate Tuli one possibility is that it's Bilo bait with the the upper low being smaller than the lower lobe. So they would be a symmetric or it may be that these are two things that are actually in orbit around each other and just blurred together because of their proximity tomorrow. We will know which of those is the case word of success came ten hours after.

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NASA spacecraft survives historic trip to world 1 billion miles beyond Pluto

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

NASA spacecraft survives historic trip to world 1 billion miles beyond Pluto

"The new year at the most distant world ever explored. It's a billion miles beyond Pluto flight controllers say everything looked good for new horizons this morning as it set up for the fly by Oba mysterious tiny icy object in the far reaches of space. The mysterious target is nicknamed ultima Tuli. It's four billion miles from earth. Mike Buckley with the Johns Hopkins applied physics laboratory says this chance to photograph. A mysterious space object is historic and a long time in the making nine years for launch to get the Pluto in three billion miles. Now, another three years billion miles beyond that we're now past ultimately outbound from the farthest object yet to be explored NASA hoping to get its first signal of a successful fly by with new horizons. Well within the next little while actually, it's

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Stocks end the year down in worst decline since 2008

24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Stocks end the year down in worst decline since 2008

"Beyond Pluto named ultimate Tuli early this morning. This exploration of world's ever attempted four billion miles from home Queen guitarist and astrophysicist Brian May joined mission control at Johns Hopkins lab to perform a song he wrote just for the event.

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China says plans made for US trade talks

24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

China says plans made for US trade talks

"The team that brought us close ups of Pluto will ring in the new year by exploring an even more distant and mysterious world Nastase new horizon spacecraft zipped past the scrawny. Icy object nicknamed Altima Tuli, it's one billion miles beyond Pluto and four billion miles from earth. Ultimately will be the farthest world ever explored by humankind. It dates all the way back to our solar systems origin four point five billion years ago. It'll take almost two years for new horizons to beam back all of its data on ultimately a fly by of an even more distant world could be in the offing in the twenty twenties. If NASA approves another mission extension and the spacecraft remains healthy shutdown standoff. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute no action expected on the partial government shutdown until Monday at the earliest congress adjourning until new years eve, Kansas Republican Senator Pat Roberts one of just a few members of congress on Capitol Hill today. Urgency

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"tuli" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Of the night by four or five in the morning. Pretty good chance you'll see some frost, that's a radiation frost. I'm not worried about those. That's just gonna see pretty sparkly stuff out. Where it belongs in the things that'll be killed by that as I said on the other show of the things that should be killed by that. You're coleus is done your tomatoes should be on their way out in killing the summer annuals and not a risk to Woody plants that we care about that. We're growing a little out of their zone Mobilios and things like that is when we get to the next stage where it's dropping down into maybe twenty eight twenty nine I start to get concerned about those subtropical, perhaps we shouldn't be growing here. But we're trying them we found the right micro-climate next to the house. Fred now has believe it or not avocado tree fairly alive. But it'll get through the winter if he puts it on the south. South east corner of the house and the ground, but it's on the south. Yeah. It's on the actually the south side of the house. So that's a little later into December typically getting towards the holidays, and when you're dropping down into the maybe the upper twenties that young lemon tree you just put in that bougainvillea that avocado the Mexican avocado that you're deciding to grow you should have some frost blanket on hand for that. But that's usually not happening when we're just at the very first beginning of the froth season. Like, we are basically now, but what what mixes that error brings that wind and unfortunately, the smoke in also brings the temperature is up. So it needs to be a still clear night starting at a fairly cold temperature to begin with is that called an advocate frostier radiation Friday called okay now in in the past. We'd had rain we would often get fog. Instead, the Tuli fog. I moved here that we're famous for the. December January here. We're just totally dull months, you wouldn't see the sun till three fifteen in the afternoon. There would be periods of a week or more where it actually wouldn't even come out in the Tuli fog, we were famous for Marsh marshes. Of course, what we're here before we drained them all I remember coming over and doing this show in the nineties, and we'd be talking about truly fogs and how dangerous the roads were well, those those have diminished considerably, but it would be the same kind of night the night. My daughter was born in November we drove to the hospital, and there was a truly fog. So it took us forty minutes to drive up to woodland because the fog was raising and lowering it when I was going thirty miles an hour with my wife and labor we got there. Everything is fine. But I haven't seen. We haven't seen that kind of truly fog early in the season for quite a while we need a fair bit of rain moisture in the soil for the Tuli FOX to form. So those are typically nowadays more of a late December January phenomenon and considerably less than they used to be this is documented thirty year period that incidents of truly fog dropped forty percent. A lot. Of that is development. Yeah. Lands land. Use has changed a lot of it is the dryer falls. They said the clear still nights. That's what you look for. Typically the night that first happens is right after the north wind has blown. We're not getting the influence from the delta from the from the coastal breeze. We're giving Dr dryer out of the north and then it stops. So everybody who's lived here for a long time knows the north wind is gusty, it's unpleasant. And then it stops. That's tonight. You're going to get frost. All right. Let's get some garden. Grappler answers. Here.

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"tuli" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"It's the painting of pterodactyl. And so the argument here is that see, Indians and pterodactyls were living in Utah. At the same time, that painting is probably a thousand years old, maybe two thousand at the most. So therefore the earth is only six thousand years old pterodactyls and other dinosaurs were alive and living in Utah. In the not too distant past with enough six thousand years of Bishop, ushers length of the earth being around his dating of the earth. Yeah, exactly. That's what I mean. So four thousand four BC thick and so that that's what led me to contact the Tuli river Indian tribe to ask if I could get permission from them to go and see the hairy men, medic draft personally, and that that's something I really wanna make Mick abundantly clear these the Tuli river folks could not have any nicer. They were just amazing amazingly cooperative. And when I arrived a one of the the, the folks I ride I was told specifically, listen, you gotta stop at the the tribal headquarters and get permission to Gaul, and I did that. And there was one guy in the in the headquarters said, oh yeah, just just drive up the road. Didn't go see it, but the tribal chairman was there when this was going on and he interrupted that. No, no, no, no. We frown frown upon that. And that was the exact language use that places I've sacred place to us and we don't want people who are not tribal members going there on their own at something against remind folks, the reservations are not public lands. They're not. It's not a national park. It's not a national forest. It's not national monument. There are national monuments national parks on Indian land reservations, but that land, it's it's private. The the equivalent of be going to Harry man to pay Iraq and looking at it without getting any permission would be the equivalent of somebody go just walking into Blake's house and looking at those, those lovely of paintings, he has of Elvis and president candidate. There's Harry man here, but that's a different story. Yes, yeah, yeah. Be sure to be about like exactly, but anyway, so so that what happened was that the day, I think this is a sore point among the to the river people because I think there are folks who have in the past gone to see that because of their curiosity, but haven't given the the Indians there do and asking them permission and being taken there by an Indian guide. Now, I was taken there by this guy's act who was young, a young guy, young adult of who, again, was incredibly nice generous. He took new there and answered some questions that I had about how he you'd the Harry man and how he Bigfoot. And then at the end just blind blowing what I, you know, I'm a typical American cigarettes has been really nice to me. I've got a slip a twenty. He absolutely steadfastly refused to take any money from me. And in fact, they, he gave me a gift. We went back to headquarters and he and the tribal chairman, a handed me this book hardcover. A book that has in fact a drawing a line drawn of the Harry man pictographs on its cover, and it's a compendium of of folktales told by elders in the tribe in the mid, and this is I actually need a little bit of help from from you. Guys hear the details were were collected in the mid nineteen seventies nineteen seventy five and Kathy must straight into. We've talked about these two wonderful wonderful pieces that I don't necessarily agree with on this particular on the site her she herself says that until nineteen seventy five. Nobody is calling the Harry man big. He's recognized as spirit being and it's it's only in the mid seventies when now people said, Ooh, I wonder if that's Bigfoot, what's important? Is there something important about the mid seventies it Bigfoot allergy where now suddenly it's reached a point where everybody knows about Bigfoot and you see a pictogram of a tall, hairy creature..

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"tuli" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Show with me here. Today's Hayden Tuli isn't ambassador out of the Dallas market, and he is one of our ambassadors now one of the theories of lifestyles, unlimited is that, hey, when I started this, I showed you all my insider secrets at there were such a thing as a secret, you know, all my business operations, my finances. And then as each person who came along, you know, promoted through the program, we use them to teach the next level. And there's always been this openness about lifestyles for twenty seven years starting with myself all the way through whereas most gurus if you'd ever called them gurus, or whatever they've never tell you the truth about their finances. Never tell you where they really make their money or how they make their money or what they're doing many of them. Don't even do what they're teaching so on and so forth. But irrespective, I was an open book. And so I was able to get everybody else to be an open book. And this open book relationship went on for twenty seven years. Then we started asking people to come back and do case studies Intel about their deals and share openly their financial situations. And then we ask them to let us have road trips where we could go out to their businesses and actually talk to their employees and see their business and get their financials. And I mean, this is really something you wouldn't get anywhere else. You could go to Kroger's and say, I want open a grocery store. Can I get your information? They wouldn't give you anything. And that's true almost any business out there. But li- sales has been predicated on this openness and on this giving back philosophy now because we grown so large so quickly over the national area regional areas that we've grown we had to find ways to get other people to get involved. And so we started the ambassador program, which is basically we didn't really started that probably a misnomer just occurred. People started coming. Out of the woodwork say, hey, let me help you guys setup events here. We have very strong group out in the south eastern area with Georgia, Louisiana, Florida and very strong advocate. You Basseterre is over there. We have a gigantic group out in Phoenix with great ambassadors over there. Great group down in southern California with great ambassadors. They're up in Michigan. We've got a group with great ambassadors. So these people are all over the country. Now, the growing where adding new Basler's because reading new regional areas and cities that are involved, and these people are really allowing us to grow to the point. Where would be large enough some day to be able to put infrastructures in the area. Like, we have put all over the state of Texas at the moment. Those infrastructures, you know, like, for instance, we may have two thousand members in San Antonio. We may have ten thousand members in Houston. We may only have two or three hundred members in another city, and that's just not enough yet to put a full office and staff up there. So we're bringing to staff the meeting. To them. We're flying out to them to get the classes out there, and these embassador arranging these meetings for us there ranging road trips us ranging case daddy's for us. And so we are creating a little mini areas throughout the country. And it's working out. Very well now hidden is one of those ambassadors. Interestingly enough, he's an ambassador in the city that we actually have an office. So he takes on a little bit different type of an approach. One of the things that the internal ambassadors. Do is when people come in from out of town. They don't know anybody. So they need somebody. They can meet and get shown around in their deuce by everybody. And that's one of the thing. These in Basseterre is do these embassador are working together to create a culture and a system in organization, and we just had a meeting the other day bone meeting. These guys are starting to share ideas and Hanes here with us today to kind of oath. Open up the book a little bit and say, hey, what kind of things are going on out there? Hayden. What what do you see happening? Even though your local in bachelor. What do you see these national guys doing? Pretty amazing though, you're having people who are ill. L -fornia, Florida wherever all all across the country. Who? The time they're beating up and then they're setting up net for. Feudal? Learn about the bottle or that for the day to prop up, and we'll have phone calls and conferences were what's working. What's not working for you want? Some ideas that we could use that people in ear people in there and attract for Incheon or. What other top one of their top of opportunities already missing out on at Arquette's where we have. We don't have a. Texmart? Well, it's interesting group of people and what's going to happen this year. Folks, I'm having a gigantic party. Now, you know once a year, I have a giant party three or four hundred people out of my house have quite large homes about sixteen thousand square feet, and we have a huge party. They're both..

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"tuli" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You been doing that recently we had we use our emergency fund view tuli loss in our family so all the phones were gone and we have to get the credit cards and stuff from the house broke down in there are more than two thousand dollars so we had to have it that is the reason why we went up to up to forty thousand dollars so you guys all lose your jobs no okay so you had income coming in during this time right now is you will be like about a thousand six thousand sixty thousand dollars a year between the less got a bitter income from his job okay well that's good news or no i would sell your car i would not you've got a real mess with credit cards share would cut them up and vowed to never use them again no matter what happens and but if before i would borrow i wouldn't borrow on my house to buy a twenty one thousand dollar car wanna make sixty and essentially that's what you're asking me to do and so i would not do that i would probably move out of this car and down in car dramatically and then be able to pay cash for whatever you move into and then let's attack the credit cards smallest to largest using the debt.

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"tuli" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tuli" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Had we we use all our emergency fund view tuli lost in our family so all the phones were gone into we have to get the credit cards and stuff from the house broke down in there are more than ten thousand dollars so we had to have it that is the reason why we win up to up to four thousand dollars so you guys all lose your jobs no okay so you had income coming in during this time right now is it will be about a thousand six thousand sixty thousand dollars a year the just got a a bitter income from his job okay well that's good news all right no i would sell your car i would not you've got a real mess with credit cards here i would cut them up and vowed to never use them again no matter what happens and but if before i would borrow i wouldn't borrow on my house to buy twenty one thousand dollar car wanna make sixty essentially that's what you're asking me to do and so i would not do that i would probably move out of this car and down in car dramatically and then be able to pay cash for whatever you move into and then let's attack the credit cards smallest to largest using the.

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